HiRise Anaglyphs:

I’ve created these anaglyphs from the non-mapped stereo image pairs returned by the HiRISE camera onboard Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Note: On the gallery pages the thumbnails with the orange title boxes indicate that the images used to create these anaglyphs have been subjected to an AI assisted sharpening and artifact removal process for enhanced detail.

• Space Shuttle (STS) Anaglyphs:

These anaglyphs have been created using photos from NASA’s space shuttle program. While none of the photos were captured with stereo imagery in mind, there are a good number of amazing serendipitous image pairs available in the National Archives Catalog.

• New! Apollo Program Anaglyphs:

The photos used to produce these stereo images are can be found in The Project Apollo Archive.

New! Perseverance Rover Anaglyphs:

These anaglyphs are made from images archived in NASA’s Perseverance Rover Raw Image Gallery.
The relative separation between the right and left Mastcam-Z science camera images isn’t ideal in most cases so these examples are rendered in a more artistic style and are, I believe, quite beautiful.
Note: Most of these are very wide panoramic anaglyphs made  by combining six or more raw images together. Please use the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of the screen to see the complete image.

Viewing tips:

Most red/cyan and red/blue anaglyph glasses will work, for the best possible results try these. If the paper glasses are used ghosting can sometimes be minimized by doubling up on the glasses.
With the red lens over the left eye, sit directly in front of your screen.
Note that you can change the perceived depth of an image by varying your distance from the screen.
Images open in a new window, close it to return to the index page.
Some anaglyphs may take a bit of time to load, please be patient.


Most of the HiRise anaglyphs are long. Do a slow flyover by clicking the roller wheel on your mouse (PC) and moving it slightly down to begin flying towards the bottom. Move it slightly up to fly back towards the top. Speed is controlled by the distance the cursor is moved relative to the original click point. Pressing F11 (PC) will temporarily remove the menu and tool bars at the top of the page for better viewing, pressing it again will bring them back.

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